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Latino Migration

Latino Migration

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The 2000 American census data indicated that, Hispanics despite the fact that they can be considered an identifiable and discrete segment of the whole American society, are currently the second largest minorities in this country. Their population by the year 2000 comprised of 12.5 of the whole country’s population. This indicates that the rate of immigration especially among the Hispanics in the United States of America is significantly high. As can be depicted from their increased rates of expansion in this country is it estimated that by the year 2050, Hispanics will constitute 25% of the whole population of this country. The 2000 American census indicated that most of Hispanics are found in the West and Southwest of the United States where they represent 60 to 80 per cent of their total population in the whole country. Currently, vibrant and growing Hispanic populations are found all over the country. This aspect indicates that most of the issues that affect Hispanic Americans, their communities, and their families are of regional, local, and national importance. This study will answer the question what issues are affecting Latino/Hispanic immigrants in US cities? This will be done by examining the issues affecting Mexicans in the Alaska state in the United States of America.